TE Connectivity showcases repair solutions, including C-Wrap repair sleeve

C-Wrap

FARNBOROUGH, England, 10 July 2012. TE Connectivity (TE) is demonstrating its repair solutions, such as the C-Wrap side-entry repair sleeve for use in aerospace, defense, and marine applications.

The C-Wrap repair sleeve delivers an environment-resistant repair to damaged primary wire with nicks or chaffed and radial cracks, while providing long-term performance and a permanent solution.

Cold-Applied Splice provides wire termination and environmental sealing in a single step. The one-piece construction not only simplifies use, but also allows a compact space-saving profile. The immersible splice prevents water from entering even under permanent pressure or weight.

For military, commercial aerospace, and commercial marine environments, the company’s side-entry bushing was designed for high-temperature applications where tape or fixed grommets are used. One strip of the pre-coiled, reusable SEB can replace up to 6 feet and 40 wraps of silicone tape traditionally used in strain relief of wire and cables.

Easily post a comment below using your Linkedin, Twitter, Google or Facebook account.


Featured Slideshows

Insight into UPS Flight 1354

The aerospace community and larger public have turned their attentions once again to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in the U.S., as a "go-team" of 26 investigators strives to piece together the events that lead to the crash of UPS Flight 1354 on 14 Aug. 2013.

Enabling technologies: An open-source, two-seat aircraft

MakerPlane Inc., an open-source hardware and software organization, aims to revolutionize the aviation industry by enabling the use of low-cost digital manufacturing technologies to build aircraft quickly, safely, and at low cost.

Social Activity

Wire News provided by   

Webcasts

There is no current content available.

Most Popular Articles


All Access Sponsors


Download Our Free Apps



iPhone

Android

Follow Us On...



Avionics Article Archives

Click here for past articles